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If you like passion, intrigue, and international #mystery, Staci Troilo has a brand #NewRelease you won’t want to miss!
Bittersweet. That’s the only way I can describe it. I’m proud to have completed the final installment of the Medici Protectorate series, but I love this world so much, I’m sorry to see it end.
Tortured Soul is the fourth novel in the series. It follows the final member of the Brotherhood (Roberto “Coz” Cozza) and the youngest Medici descendant (Antonia “Toni” Notaro) as they prepare to fight the ultimate battle between good and evil.
The Notaros want nothing to do with their legacy or the power at their disposal. The Brotherhood wants only to keep them safe. And the evil mastermind and the nefarious organization he represents want to use the Medici lineage in their quest for world domination—or kill the girls and their protectors for standing in the way. This fast-paced, emotional journey wraps up in a dramatic way. If you like passion, intrigue, and international mystery…
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Visit The Sisterhood of Suspense on Sundays for our Sneak off and #read #blog, we’d love to see you there!
#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about a WEAPON.
Interested in reading more? Click on the book covers below for information about the novel and the author.
The opening of the shirt displayed the soft curve of one of her breasts. He yanked his hands from the covers, grabbed the weapon, and walked away from the desirable, but troubled woman.
“Two people were killed with a misericord, a close-quarters combat weapon favored by Fianna warriors. And I believe Montfort is one of them.”
Boy, did I have the wrong impression. There were no tools of torture, unless books counted. No scary outfits.
“I must insist you prove to José that you carry no weapons. Or wires. Open your shirt, querida.” His voice turned hard. “Now, if you please.”
AJ, what the hell are you doing carrying a gun? Cops carry guns, not firefighters.”
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@VickiBatman talks #coverlove on The Sisterhood of Suspense blog today. #AuthorTips
In June, I published another indie book.
I totally stress over creating covers. As a reader, you may not know what we think when we see a cover. It is so exciting when I open the email. For example, with my story The Great Fruitcake Bake-off, I wanted to see a cake, some baking elements, a prize ribbon. My name and the title. And because the story is a romance, a cute couple.
For my mysteries, Temporarily Employed and Temporarily Insane, I subbed an art sheet with information about the cover. I did request the Squirrely Shirley font and the first one to be red background, the second one to be in blue.
I’m lucky in that the friend who designed the cover for Just Desserts…and Other Stories knows me and my work. My voice. When I told her about my latest project’s title, she knew exactly what to…
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